Emmanuel Macron, an ex-banker who became a top adviser of French President Francois Hollande, was named his economy minister.
First came the Ice Bucket Challenge, and now there's the Rice Bucket Challenge - India's twist on the fundraising campaign that has taken the internet by storm.
Lloyd Blankfein is trying to beat Bloomberg’s geek squad.
Bridget Firtle worked for a hedge fund on Long Island before leaving for a career in cocktails.
Goldman Sachs partners cut their ownership of the firm to the lowest level since 2010 by exercising options dating from the financial crisis, as the total reaped this year from such awards nears $400m.
Europe’s largest banks are finally putting hundreds of billions of dollars of unwanted assets up for sale amid mounting competition among buyers and regulatory pressure.
Goldman Sachs is paying its largest bill yet to resolve a government lawsuit related to the financial crisis.
HSBC has been sued for $250m for allegedly ignoring red flags that a colourful British entrepreneur, the late David Elias, was committing fraud through an investment vehicle he controlled.
If you thought $35 million for a Ferrari was outrageous, get ready for this.
Royal Bank of Canada on Friday reported a bigger-than-expected increase in quarterly earnings, driven by strong results from its wealth management and capital markets divisions.
UK M&A activity in the fourth quarter of 2015 was "relatively flat" year on year and down on the third quarter.
When a Wall Street executive is fired, it is usually done quietly.
Bonuses dropped 9 percent for the year as total industry profitability fell 10.5 percent, according to New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.